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Re: Replicating old-fashioned doors? manufacturers?
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This morning I saw a program on "This Old House," where the exterior door was kept. It was refinished by a thin layer of wood veneer added to the old door. So you don't have to worry if the door will fit. It actually looked great.

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Re: Replicating old-fashioned doors? manufacturers?
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There is an architectural salvage place not far from St. Johns buildings, near Kennedy Blvd in the Journal Square area. I am sure if you google you can find it. They have old doors and other items.

Posted on: 5/14 13:19
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Re: Jersey City Council set to vote on Climate and Energy Action Plan that projects $21M in savings
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The city should worry but making JC affordable for homeowners, that $1,000 increase followed by last year's increase will make more people put their homes on the market. There are other increases down the road, too.

Posted on: 5/12 21:12
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Re: Ward D Council Candidate Danielle Freire: An Interview
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None of the questions are aimed at protecting the small homeowner. We are the ones stuck with the bills. Affordable housing does not make any small homeowner taxes go down, if fact, they are stuck paying the taxes for others.

Posted on: 5/10 20:06
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Re: 2 Jersey City council members went back to school -- and the public helped pay for it
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This was an ordinance that Watterman and Mira Prinz-Arey voted in 2018. If you vote on an ordinance then you should not benefit. By the way, Watterman had her daughter as her council-aide but got flak so her daughter now works for EDC and her son works for the county.

Posted on: 4/26 14:47
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Re: Solomon proposing Jersey City Council measure asking pension funds to end fossil fuel investments
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Texas is a warm state so they invested in green energy and then winter came. The windmills stopped working and the solar panels were covered in snow. For weeks, people froze and their water pipes broke. People had to find alternative form of energy that cost some consumers $15,000 for that month. Jersey City has a true winter. I am concerned this push on green energy with our winters will lead us to the problems of Texas. Hopefully, consumers can still choose the energy they want.https://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/w ... le-winter-storms-n1258049

Posted on: 4/25 21:09
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Re: Mayor Fulop Advancing as Leader in Green Technology
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tern wrote:
> Here is a concept, why not have the state fund 100% of
> school costs through an increase in the income and/or sales
> tax and remove it completely from property taxes. The
> quality of a child's education should not depend on the
> property values within their zip code.

Give that (wo)man a medal!

Robin.


Back in the mid 1970s, Senator Cowan came to a Van Vorst Park meeting pushing the state income tax. He said the state will cover the education expense of public schools. The idea of paying for a new state did not thrill me since the sales tax pushed in 1966 was supposed to do the same thing. However, the Senator convinced many Hudson County people and the state income tax was passed. Like the sales tax that was sold as way to pay for education, it did not. We were lied to. So we have a sales tax in 1966 and the income tax, We had had the lottery that promised the same thing. The state has a lot of money but it is not going for what it promised the people.

Posted on: 4/23 3:09
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Re: Dozens rally in Jersey City to demand citizenship for all undocumented immigrants
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I have taught students known as "undocumented people." Guess what, they do have birth certificates with them so they are not undocumented, some even have Baptismal records. Even JC will give immigrants ID but they require legal records to give them ID. I could never figure out why Dems pretend illegal immigrants are stupid. They know our laws and they use it to their full advantage.

Posted on: 4/22 20:14
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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I don't curse or make personal attacks, papadage. People who do this, have no message except to attack people. Grow up, state what you believe but leave your filthy mouth elsewhere.

Posted on: 4/5 15:12
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Re: Board of Ed, City Council Huddle on Budget Crisis
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Unless the city government rewrites its rent control laws and allows tax pass alongs, this means nothing. No renter will pay this addition and no affordable housing tenant will pay this either. It is just another tax on the small homeowner.

Posted on: 4/2 14:19
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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Yvonne wrote:
If I am a bigot them so are these families that have lost loved ones to illegal immigrants. There numbers are increasing everyday. The group is called Angel Families. Their lives have been destroyed due to liberals like you. You put illegal immigrants over the safety of US citizens. https://www.angelfamilies.org/


Oh look, a link to a PAC that's right wing nutty and full of bile, like Yvonne.

And you never said a fucking word against the incompetent shithead who is responsible for hundreds of thousands of lives lost.

God have mercy on your shriveled, hateful soul.

I mean seriously, Mary An n Mendoza was kicked off Twitter for anti-semitic conspiracy theories. But that's cool for you, since you boost her shitty site.

She was too vile even for the RNXC, who cancelled her appearance because od that.

But, never a bigot too far for Yvonne.

https://www.axios.com/mary-ann-mendoza ... cial&utm_campaign=organic


Your mother must be proud of the filthy language that comes out of your mouth. But it does not change the fact that your president will bring in one to two million people with a higher covid infection rate than the US has at a time when the economy is suffering due to lockdowns. So taxpayers are now stuck with supporting people while many are out of jobs. Even the president of Mexico said Joe Biden caused this problem. https://nypost.com/2021/03/24/mexican- ... -migrant-crisis-on-biden/

Posted on: 4/1 18:31
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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If I am a bigot them so are these families that have lost loved ones to illegal immigrants. There numbers are increasing everyday. The group is called Angel Families. Their lives have been destroyed due to liberals like you. You put illegal immigrants over the safety of US citizens. https://www.angelfamilies.org/

Posted on: 4/1 15:30
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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So as usual, you ignore the fact that your guy opened the door to immigrants bringing in covid. The covid coming in is the Brazilian type which infects children. The border patrol have said they expect anywhere from one to two milion people crossing the border. The infection rate is between 10 to 14 percent. So that is a minimum of 100,000 infected people coming into this country and many will be landing in Hudson County. Even the Mexican president has said this crisis is Joe Biden's fault.

Posted on: 4/1 14:33
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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I am sure that the hundreds of thousands that died would have been saved by one ship.

Trump is responsible for the seriousness of the pandemic because he disbanded the pandemic response team at the senior level, called back the pandemic monitors in China, and then lierd to Americans about the severity of it, even though he was briefed on it in January os last year.

Nice try to shift blame for the entire thing to the governors.

Cuomo and Murphy will answer for what they did, but that in no way absolves Trump for being maliciously incompetent.

He was still boosting fake cures deep into the fall and did absolutely nothing to help people get vaccinated. One of Biden's first Executive Orders was to set up hundreds of vaccination sites manned by the National Guard.


Amazing how silent your are now that Joe Biden put covid infected immigrants in the US. They are on buses to family members in the US probably some to Hudson County.https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepav ... he-united-states-n2585647

Posted on: 4/1 2:36
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Re: Advice for dealing with contractors, permitting and inspections
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Are you knocking down a wall? If you do then I would say yes because you need support beams. If not, I would trust the person doing the work. Spell everything out in the agreement. And pay in thirds. One third up front, one third with half done and the last payment when finished. If this room is near a bedroom make sure your contractor puts in soundproofing in.

Posted on: 3/31 1:35
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Re: Council Approves Controversial STEM High School
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So how much more will our property taxes be going up to pay for this, in addition to the special property tax to pay for the arts? No doubt there will be funds diverted from the regular schools to pay for this place, and we as taxpayers have to make up the difference. I just love it.
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No, the school taxes are separate from the municipal taxes. we presently pay bonds on school buildings that is added on the municipal portion and not the school portion. So this will be an additional tax on the municipal portion of government.

Posted on: 3/26 18:56
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Re: Council Approves Controversial STEM High School
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This is a scam for two reasons, first during the original council meeting where the land was transferred to the scity, the city said the 16 acres were worthless. Yet Fulop in 2015 released a press letter stating the city sold a small parcel of land for $24 million that Healy negotiated for $10 million. JC used an assessment from a piece of property on Union St as to the value of that property not the closer parcel on Jersey Avenue. Secondly, group receiving the 16 acres said they would do fundraising and they only need the land. So the public was lied twice. First on the land value and second on giving scity $2 million for 30 years.

Posted on: 3/26 14:13
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Re: Schools to be Well Funded but Taxes are Going Up
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Our tax bills should reflect what we are paying for others. Rent control increases are related to the Consumer Price Index and affordable housing does not pay any increase. So the increase will be on the small homeowner. If yoiu are paying $5,000, $10,000, or $20,000 in taxes, what part of your bill subsidizes others? That should be on our tax bills.

Posted on: 3/19 12:09
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Re: BOE Wrestles with Property Tax Hike
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It is time affordable and rent control start contributing to the problem. Affordable housing pays nothing and rent control pays little, any increase is due to the rent leveling board which bases increase on the Consumer Price Index, not taxes.

Posted on: 3/17 1:44
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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robotdisko wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
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robotdisko wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
You are a piece of work... do you miss Trump? He must be the reason you ran out of milk for your coffee this morning. You continue validate my points. The Javits/Comfort were not used meanwhile state officials and media continued to bombard us with stories/videos of medical facilities overrun by sick, medical pros overworked and unprotected and the impact this virus was having on our day to day lives.

As those facilities sat empty NYC was issuing DNRs to cope with the incredible stress on the city medical system... while the public health commissioner was telling city police to F'off. All the lives sacrificed... TDS is not a good way to run a healthcare system or implement a pandemic plan.

https://nypost.com/2020/04/21/ny-issue ... ine-for-cardiac-patients/




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Good for them. But President Orangina gets no credit for the actions of a private group that did more than the Comfort and the Javitz detachment combined.

Shit, the Comfort did not treat a single Covid patient.


The Comfort wasn't used because they would not allow Covid patients on it. The Javitz faculty did not have ICU beds and had no way to isolate infectious patients.

And you're lying about the DNY orders.

But then again, you're a Trump supporter, so lying is in your DNA.


Totally untrue, Trump allowed covid patients on the Comfort. But Cuomo did not use the Comfort. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavir ... omfort-covid-19-patients/



what is your IQ? you definitely suffer from cognitive dissonance.


"The 1,000-bed hospital ship's mission was to free up space in the city's hospitals by taking non-coronavirus patients off their hands."


Your orange fat slob trump wanted covid patients on the ship, but that was impossible due to the nature of a ship with tight hallways, rooms, etc not being the best for an airborne covid.

Ask the navy how they felt about it.


"trump allowed" LOLOL he also allowed cohen to make his hush money payments to the stripper he f**kd after his mail order bride Malaria had just birthed his son. sooooo.... carry on being dumb. it's fun to read.


The real problem with liberals, when they have nothing to say, they, includng you make personal attacks. The Comfort ship was for non-covid patients, the Trump allowed it for covid patients, later. But besides the Comfort, there was Javits Center and the field hospital in Central Park. Basically, none of these medical facilities were used. Cuomo put infected people in nursing homes. So, did Murphy and the governors of PA and Michigan. Basically the governors of blue states killing its own citizens. Since this disease killed seniors in Washington state in nursing homes in the beginning, everyone knew it was dangerous for seniors. Cuomo also put covid patients in disability homes, other people with weak immune systems. Perhaps, one can conclude Cuomo wanted to balance the state budget by killing off the old and disable.



"The Comfort ship was for non-covid patients, the Trump allowed it for covid patients"

YOU ARE A MORON (happy to call you names. you are what you are)

cognitive dissonance is real with you.


"But besides the Comfort, there was Javits Center and the field hospital in Central Park. Basically, none of these medical facilities were used."

none of them were ever going to be properly equipped to treat covid patients, considering how highly contagious it is.

Again, you are just a dumb old person. so painful to read your brain working LMAO

"Basically the governors of blue states killing its own citizens"

turn off fox news you idiot.


I feel sorry for you because you lie to yourself, the governor asked Trump to use the Comfort for covid and he allowed it after some changes to the ship. Today, I saw on the news, a New Jersey news channel that Governor Murphy was told in March of last year that the infection was spreading in nursing homes and he did nothing. Now the Jersey Journal has a story that local politicians to not want to take pictures with him. Murphy also asked Trump if NJ could put patients in the Comfort and Trump said yes. So these governors killed its citizens by not putting their health first. NJ had the highest infection rate.

Posted on: 3/16 16:30
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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robotdisko wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
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papadage wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
You are a piece of work... do you miss Trump? He must be the reason you ran out of milk for your coffee this morning. You continue validate my points. The Javits/Comfort were not used meanwhile state officials and media continued to bombard us with stories/videos of medical facilities overrun by sick, medical pros overworked and unprotected and the impact this virus was having on our day to day lives.

As those facilities sat empty NYC was issuing DNRs to cope with the incredible stress on the city medical system... while the public health commissioner was telling city police to F'off. All the lives sacrificed... TDS is not a good way to run a healthcare system or implement a pandemic plan.

https://nypost.com/2020/04/21/ny-issue ... ine-for-cardiac-patients/




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Good for them. But President Orangina gets no credit for the actions of a private group that did more than the Comfort and the Javitz detachment combined.

Shit, the Comfort did not treat a single Covid patient.


The Comfort wasn't used because they would not allow Covid patients on it. The Javitz faculty did not have ICU beds and had no way to isolate infectious patients.

And you're lying about the DNY orders.

But then again, you're a Trump supporter, so lying is in your DNA.


Totally untrue, Trump allowed covid patients on the Comfort. But Cuomo did not use the Comfort. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavir ... omfort-covid-19-patients/



what is your IQ? you definitely suffer from cognitive dissonance.


"The 1,000-bed hospital ship's mission was to free up space in the city's hospitals by taking non-coronavirus patients off their hands."


Your orange fat slob trump wanted covid patients on the ship, but that was impossible due to the nature of a ship with tight hallways, rooms, etc not being the best for an airborne covid.

Ask the navy how they felt about it.


"trump allowed" LOLOL he also allowed cohen to make his hush money payments to the stripper he f**kd after his mail order bride Malaria had just birthed his son. sooooo.... carry on being dumb. it's fun to read.


The real problem with liberals, when they have nothing to say, they, includng you make personal attacks. The Comfort ship was for non-covid patients, the Trump allowed it for covid patients, later. But besides the Comfort, there was Javits Center and the field hospital in Central Park. Basically, none of these medical facilities were used. Cuomo put infected people in nursing homes. So, did Murphy and the governors of PA and Michigan. Basically the governors of blue states killing its own citizens. Since this disease killed seniors in Washington state in nursing homes in the beginning, everyone knew it was dangerous for seniors. Cuomo also put covid patients in disability homes, other people with weak immune systems. Perhaps, one can conclude Cuomo wanted to balance the state budget by killing off the old and disable.

Posted on: 3/15 19:26
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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Quote:

papadage wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
You are a piece of work... do you miss Trump? He must be the reason you ran out of milk for your coffee this morning. You continue validate my points. The Javits/Comfort were not used meanwhile state officials and media continued to bombard us with stories/videos of medical facilities overrun by sick, medical pros overworked and unprotected and the impact this virus was having on our day to day lives.

As those facilities sat empty NYC was issuing DNRs to cope with the incredible stress on the city medical system... while the public health commissioner was telling city police to F'off. All the lives sacrificed... TDS is not a good way to run a healthcare system or implement a pandemic plan.

https://nypost.com/2020/04/21/ny-issue ... ine-for-cardiac-patients/




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papadage wrote:
Good for them. But President Orangina gets no credit for the actions of a private group that did more than the Comfort and the Javitz detachment combined.

Shit, the Comfort did not treat a single Covid patient.


The Comfort wasn't used because they would not allow Covid patients on it. The Javitz faculty did not have ICU beds and had no way to isolate infectious patients.

And you're lying about the DNY orders.

But then again, you're a Trump supporter, so lying is in your DNA.


Totally untrue, Trump allowed covid patients on the Comfort. But Cuomo did not use the Comfort. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavir ... omfort-covid-19-patients/

Posted on: 3/15 3:52
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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So tell me, papadage, when did Trump tell NJ, NY, PA and other blue states to put covid patient in nursing homes? The governor Florida, did not and separated that population. Right now, covid infected people are crossing our borders with a 10% infection which is much higher than the US population. What is Biden doing about this? Absolutely nothing. The Texas governor had to beg Biden to give border guards the vaccine.

Posted on: 3/14 14:48
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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Quote:

papadage wrote:
Good for them. But President Orangina gets no credit for the actions of a private group that did more than the Comfort and the Javitz detachment combined.

Shit, the Comfort did not treat a single Covid patient.


I don't know if you are familiar with the 10th amendment but any powers not specified to the president or federal government is left to the states. So, it is up to states to run their hospitals, if they are using federal tax dollars, there are some strings attached but no US president can dictate to any state. South Dakota never closed and Florida closed last and opened first.

Posted on: 3/14 0:59
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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Besides the Comfort and the Javits, Central Park was converted into a field hospital by Samaritan Purse which is a religious organization that goes into foreign countries to help fight pandemics. And that hospital was not used, too. https://www.samaritanspurse.org/our-mi ... erm=samaritanspurse%2Forg

Posted on: 3/13 23:19
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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A non profit group is giving covid tests on the people crossing the border before they take greyhound buses, they said 10% of the people tested positive for covid. Most likely some of them are heading to Hudson County where they have family.

Posted on: 3/12 15:54
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Re: Group Urges BOE to Fully Fund Schools
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A couple of years ago, the late Councilman Yun invited me to his club where he showed me the city's bonds schedule. He was delighted the bonds would be paid off soon and concluded the tax rate would drop. I knew that would not happened, that the city would keep refinancing bonds. In fact, JC bonds have been refinanced so many times it has lost its tax exempted status. Tax exempt status only applies when bonds builds something. We are building nothing. What the city should do is make this information available for the public.

Posted on: 3/6 13:34
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Re: Group Urges BOE to Fully Fund Schools
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If cash flow is an issue, and interest is next to nothing, you refinance. Inflation will be above that interest rate in a few years. The city will make money from the refi.


No, you don't run a city that is short on cash to the point that you refinance your bonds that has one to 6 years left. Once those bonds are paid off, you have more money available. That is poor management and Fulop has been in office for quite some time so if there is a shortage of cash, he can only point to himself.

Posted on: 3/3 16:02
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Re: Loew’s to Get Renovation and National Acts
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The city should tell the public before this $72 million infuse of money what ticket prices will cost. Yes, the Loews need money, but I still remember the city telling the county not to give the Loews money to fix major problems in the Loews. The Loews lost $10 milion to correct major problems.

Posted on: 2/25 12:45
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Re: Study: More People are Leaving Jersey City
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So many people are moving to Florida, they cannot find housing. Florida also expects their unemployment to drop to 3%. This is what happens when the economy is open. Politicians expect people to act alike adults to protect their health without government giving mandates.
https://www.winknews.com/2020/01/07/fo ... w-but-not-enough-housing/

Posted on: 2/24 15:34
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